Miley Cyrus Wardrobe Malfunction: Nipples, Crotch Exposed In Terry Richardson Photoshoot Pictures
By Staff Writer | October 05, 2013 04:32 PM EDT
Miley Cyrus has a major wardrobe malfunction - or at least, that's what we are going to call it - in her latest Terry Richardson photoshoot pictures, which Terry Richardson posted on his website. Miley Cyrus' wardrobe malfunction includes an exposed nipple, and major crotch shot.
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Terry Richardson posted a bunch of photos of Miley during their latest photoshoot to his website. Miley Cyrus wears a sheer top in one photo, and the wardrobe malfunction fully exposes her nipple. In other pictures, she's completely topless, and covering herself with her hands.
In another picture from the photoshoot, Terry Richardson captured Miley in a red leotard (major wardrobe malfunction, Miley!), which is cut so high up the legs that it's "more revealing than Pamela Anderson's Baywatch one-piece," Entertainment Weekly reports. Essentially, we see a lot more of Miley's crotch than one would ever want to see.
The photoshoot pictures also include Miley Cyrus smoking, showing off her bare backside, humping a can, sticking out her infamous tongue, and eating ice cream.
Let's not forget Terry Richardson directed Miley's "Wrecking Ball" music video, which also made headlines.
This shocking photoshoot "strategically surfaced" just before Cyrus' album, "Bangerz," is to be released Tuesday, Fox News reports.
If you want to check out all the x-rated photos for yourself, click here.
Miley Cyrus is also scheduled to host "Saturday Night Live" this weekend.
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